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After the newly organized team had teething troubles, Troxel missed the Countdown again, having missed the first one in 2007 when only eight drivers were included.Then came 2009, when Troxel ran only selected Pro Mod races – still an exhibition category at that time – for R2B2.“Driving a competitive car is my number one priority,” she said.“Working with the right people is the next goal.” Troxel drives two classes on weekends when the Funny Car is in action, making for a hectic back-and-forth schedule on race weekends.In her second season of piloting Pro Modifieds for the team of Roger Burgess, a limited Funny Car schedule with sponsorship from In-N-Out was added.The team’s fall appearance at the Zmax Dragway is in preparation for a full Funny Car schedule in next year’s Full Throttle Series.It was her first hiatus from dragsters or nitro machines since launching her career in a Top Alcohol Dragster fourteen years ago.Along the way, she quietly divorced fellow driver Tommy Johnson Jr., whom she married in December of 2003.
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Having the right chemistry is important and I didn’t feel I had that there.” Two more Top Fuel wins for Morgan Lucas followed in 2007.
In 2008, Troxel switched to Funny Cars with the ill-fated team of Mike Ashley, sold to Burgess before the season even started.
Although the Pro Mods could be viewed as the odd cars or the “funny cars” of the current era with their monster motors and street-like specs, there’s not much in common with the Funny Cars.
A Pro Mod is more like a motorized pogo stick than a car.